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Registry Supervision inspection programme 2023 Q2 feedback published.


The JFSC Registry Supervision function was established to demonstrate compliance with international standards and the Financial Services (Disclosure and Provision of Information) (Jersey) Law 2020.

To facilitate The JFSC transparency regime, The JFSC Registry Supervision function proactively monitor and undertake additional risk-based supervision to ensure information is adequate and up to date.

See The JFSC Q2 key findings, examples of best practice and priorities for the rest of 2023.

Registry Supervision Quarterly Reports
  • The Registry Supervision function develops and expands existing Registry oversight activities by undertaking additional risk based supervisory activities.
  • These new functions accord with existing legislation and the Financial Services (Disclosure and Provision of Information) (Jersey) Law 2020 (the DPI Law).
  • The JFSC inspection programme includes inspection appointments where relevant individuals are met face to face by Registry Examination Officers.
  • During these appointments, records and original documents are inspected and information is provided to authenticate the information provided to the Registry including details of beneficial owners, controllers, directors, and other significant persons.
  • The JFSC quarterly reports give examples of best practice identified during examinations and answers to questions asked during interviews and visits.
Registrar of Companies reports


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